M1 Macbook Air, M1 Macbook Pro, M1 Mac Mini cannot be reset offline

All new Apple M1 Mac computers, Macbook Air, Macbook Pro and Mac Mini come equipped with Apple T2 security chip that prevent users to perform hard reset when they are offline. This is a move away from Windows and Intel powered Macbooks and Mac Mini computers that can be resetted while the device is offline.

M1 Macbook Air, M1 Macbook Pro, M1 Mac Mini cannot be reset offline
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Macbook Air M1 runs Windows 10 faster than Surface Pro X with Snapdragon SQ2

Many developers are trying to run Windows 10 on the Apple M1 processor, and the experience after running is also good, and the execution efficiency is very high. This is important as bootcamp is not supported on Apple M1 chip and the only way to run Windows on M1 Macbook Air / Pro is using virtualization.

Macbook Air M1 runs Windows 10 faster than Surface Pro X with Snapdragon SQ2
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Apple M1 maximum external display support – six external displays supported by Apple M1

Apple M1 maximum external display support

Intel version of MacBook Pro can be connected to one 5K display or two 4K displays. The 2018 Intel Mac mini can connect up to three 4K displays or one 5K display and one 4K display. According to Apple’s official guidance documents, M1 MacBook Air / Pro can be connected to an external display up to 6K 60Hz, while M1 Mac mini has a maximum 6K 60Hz screen and HDMI 2.0 up to 4K 60Hz screen.

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Apple iMac 2020 specifications include 10th generation Intel processors and Radeon Pro 5000

Apple 27-inch iMac 2020 comes with the latest generation CPU and GPU. The CPU being used is the 10th generation Core processor, and in addition to 6 cores and 8 cores, 10 cores were added to the options. The maximum clock for Turbo Boost is 5GHz, which is 25 to 65% faster for creative applications than the previous generation model. In addition, assuming the use of applications with a high memory load, 128GB can be selected, which doubles the memory capacity of conventional products.

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